CANNIBAL CORPSE Announces 2022 U.S. Tour



Death Metal legends Cannibal Corpse have revealed a 2022 U.S. headlining tour alongside Whitechapel and Revocation. In celebration of Metal Blade's 40th anniversary, the tour will begin it's destruction at Center Stage in Atlanta, GA on February 18th 2022 and flow to it's end at Revolution in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. on March 26th. Additional support will come from Shadow of Intent. Tickets go on sale Friday, October 15 at 10:00 a.m. local time.


Alex Webster comments: "We're very excited to announce our first tour for 'Violence Unimagined' as part of this amazing lineup with Whitechapel and Revocation. We can't wait to get back on the road and be on stage again. See you all soon!"


Whitechapel's Alex Wade: "We are excited to get back on the road after two years of no shows and what better band to do it with than death metal legends Cannibal Corpse. We thank them for bringing us along and can't wait to see you all out there playing songs off our new album 'Kin'."


REVOCATION's Dave Davidson adds: "It's been almost two years since our last show. Needless to say, we're beyond excited to hit the road with Cannibal Corpse, Whitechapel and Shadow of Intentthis winter. This tour will be an absolute banger; get your tickets now so you're not left out in the cold wishing you were circle pitting with all of your friends."


Cannibal Corpse with Whitechapel, Revocation, Shadow of Intent:


Feb. 18 - Center Stage - Atlanta, GA Feb. 19 - The Ramkat - Winston-Salem, NC Feb. 20 - Baltimore Soundstage - Baltimore, MD Feb. 21 - Reverb - Reading, PA Feb. 22 - The Roxian - Pittsburgh, PA Feb. 24 - Brooklyn Steel - Brooklyn, NY Feb. 25 - The Palladium - Worcester, MA Feb. 26 - Anthology - Rochester, NY Feb. 28 - The Majestic - Detroit, MI Mar. 01 - The Vic - Chicago, IL Mar. 02 - Skyway Theater - Minneapolis, MN Mar. 04 - The Gothic - Denver, CO Mar. 05 - Metro Music Hall - Salt Lake City, UT Mar. 07 - Showbox - Seattle, WA Mar. 08 - Hawthorne - Portland, OR Mar. 10 - Ace Of Spades - Sacramento, CA Mar. 11 - The UC Theatre - Berkeley, CA Mar. 12 - The Observatory - Santa Ana, CA Mar. 13 - The Belasco - Los Angeles, CA Mar. 14 - The Van Buren - Phoenix, AZ Mar. 15 - Sunshine Theater - Albuquerque, NM

Mar. 17 - Vibes Event Center - San Antonio, TX

Mar. 18 - White Oak Music Hall - Houston, TX

Mar. 19 - Amplified Live - Dallas, TX

Mar. 21 - Red Flag - St. Louis, MO

Mar. 22 - Mercury Ballroom - Louisville, KY

Mar. 23 - Iron City - Birmingham, AL

Mar. 25 - Jannus Live - St. Petersburg, FL

Mar. 26 - Revolution - Ft. Lauderdale, FL


Earlier this year, Webster told Brazil's Kazagastão that he and his bandmates "miss" being on tour. "I think us and hundreds, and maybe thousands, of other bands feel the same way," he added. "It's really such a big part of being a band, especially in this day and age when, really, most of how you make your living is from touring and selling merchandise on tour, and that sort of thing. So, on a business side of things, of course, we miss it. And then, it's what we do — it's what we love to do. When we put out an album, we're looking forward to being out there for two years, on and off, going all over the world, seeing our fans."






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